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Here is our final installment of our posts on Glass Toy safety, brought to you by True Pleasures:"One of the biggest allures of glass sex toys, aside from the obvious beauty, is safety. Glass sex toys are non-porous, hypoallergenic, and easy to sterilize; however, even these toys don?t come without risks.Always check your glass sex toys for chips, cracks, and/or scratches. Although they may seem minor, they can easily do damage to your insides. One way to prevent this is to always keep your toys in padded pouches. Take care not to drop your glass sex toys on hard surfaces or knock/smack them against anything. Also, do not expose your glass sex toys to extreme temperature changes to avoid cracking or the possibility of shattering.Although there are concerns with lead in glass sex toys, you can rest assured that none are made of glass that contain lead. The only type of glass that contains lead is crystal glass, but even this is not a problem. The lead is locked into the chemical structure of the glass, so there is no risk to human health. Do, however, keep an eye on glass sex toys that have things painted on the outside of them. These do have the possibility of containing lead and/or other toxins within the paint. If you would like to learn more about the composition of various types of glass, this site offers quite a bit of information.Keeping these things in mind, you can easily pick out the perfect glass sex toy for yourself. Personally, I?m quite fond of the Fetish Fantasy Series Icicles No. 24, aka the ?Octopussy? dildo. Full of texture, yet wonderfully smooth at the same time, this gorgeous glass dildo is this tentacle-loving girl?s dream come true. It?s my glittering jewel of the sea. Check out my blog for a detailed review and gorgeous photos of this pretty pink tentacle!"You can read the rest of our Glass Toy Safety posts here: Part 1 and Part 2